The general session on analytical chemistry is open for abstract submission. Contributions describing innovative research dealing with development of new analytical methods, analytical methodologies and/or instrumentation in quantization, detection and characterization of chemical species are welcome.
Prof. Ewa Pater is an associate professor at SUNY, College at Plattsburgh where she teaches quantitative chemical analysis and instrumental analysis. She received her MSc in physical chemistry from Technical University in Wroclaw, Poland and her PhD in analytical chemistry from SUNY, University at Buffalo, NY. Her research interests include transport of mobile species accompanying redox switching of electroactive polymers, and chemical and electrochemical processes accompanying deposition of self-assembled monolayers on solid substrates.
Friday, June 4, 8:30 AM - 10:15 AM
- Analytical Chemistry
- Dunn 208
Organizer: Ewa Pater Presider: Kenneth Loach
8:30 Introductory Remarks
8:35 265 Chemical Modifications of Amino-Terminated Organic Films on Silicon Substrates for Controlled Protein Immobilization. Joonyeong Kim1, Joungmo Cho2 and Paul Seidler1, (1)Buffalo State, State University of New York, (2)University of Massachusetts
9:00 266 Near-Infrared Laser Desorption/Ionization aerosol Mass Spectrometry (NIR-LDI-AMS) for Determining the Composition of Organic Aerosol Particles. Brian Nichols, Scott Geddes, James Zahardis and Giuseppe A. Petrucci, University of Vermont
9:25 267 Application of Quantitative Mass Spectrometry of Wide-Scale Protein Phosphorylation to Elucidation of T Cell Signaling Pathways. Arthur Salomon, Brown University9:50 268 Aptamer Sandwich Assays: Label-Free and Fluorescence Investigations of Heterogeneous Binding Events. Katie Edwards and Antje Baeumner, Cornell University